If you want a nameplate manufacturer that you can count on for your equipment nameplates, look no further than AGE Nameplate. We specialize in the production of top quality industrial nameplates for manufacturers. We use a variety of materials, such as vinyl, metal, and more to create nameplates of different sizes, shapes, and designs. AGE Nameplate produces nameplates for a wide range of industries and applications, including industrial equipment, vehicles, electronic devices, buildings, and more.
We also use different techniques, such as stamping, engraving, printing, and etching, to produce nameplates. We pride ourselves on our different finishes, such as paint, anodizing, and electroplating, to enhance the appearance and durability of the nameplates. AGE Nameplate has the expertise and experience in the design and production of industrial nameplates and can provide guidance and advice on the best materials, techniques, and finishes to use for specific applications. As your dependable nameplate manufacturer, we are equipped with the equipment and resources to produce products in large quantities, which can be cost-effective for businesses that need a large number of nameplate projects.
Use Membrane Switches to replace mechanical switches in electronic applications where low-cost, visually appealing, and durable input pads are required. Membrane switches are completely sealed, dust-proof and moisture proof, making them ideal for applications that require germicidal wipe-down or general cleaning.
Membrane Switches can be constructed to meet IP67 water-proof requirements, by the addition of waterproof gasket materials or simply by changing the construction to embed the circuitry within a contiguous perimeter of adhesive. Both poly-dome and stainless-steel dome constructions offer a lifespan exceeding 1million cycles (actuations).
The circuit layers of a Membrane Switch are created by applying high-quality conductive inks using a silk screen printing process. ESD and Ground Plane patterns can usually be integrated into the circuitry layer, eliminating separate ESD or grounding materials from the stack. LEDs and other surface-mount components can also be integrated – giving system designers the flexibility to locate control boards away from the front of a chassis.
What Are Nameplates?
Nameplates are small, usually metal or plastic, tags or labels used to identify and label equipment, machinery, vehicles, buildings, or products. They can contain information such as the name of the manufacturer, model number, serial number, and other important information. The products that we make are of an industrial nature and are used on top of your equipment. A beautifully designed metal nameplate on top of your machine can present an appealing and professional image of your business to your target clients, guests, and visitors.
The Industries We Serve
AGE Nameplate offers nameplates to industrial companies to label and identify equipment, machinery, tools, and other assets in factories, warehouses, and other industrial settings. We can provide important information such as the manufacturer’s name, model number, serial number, and other specifications. This helps to ensure that the equipment is properly maintained and operated and that replacement parts can be easily identified. Nameplates can also be used to display safety warnings, instructions, and other important information.
Our nameplates are used on a wide variety of industrial equipment. They can be used for heavy machinery, pumps, valves, process control equipment, electrical panels and switchgear, plant and facility signs, safety signs and labels, control panels, and more. We produce our nameplates using different materials, such as metal, plastic, and vinyl, that are suitable for harsh industrial environments. They can also be made in different sizes, shapes, and designs and be printed, engraved, etched, or stamped with the information required.
Nameplates in the automotive sector typically have to withstand a lot of environmental factors, such as weather, UV exposure, and temperature changes. Thus, they are made from durable materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, and plastic. They can also be made in different sizes, shapes, and designs and be printed, engraved, etched, or stamped with the information required. They can also be coated with protective materials to increase their resistance against external factors.
These automotive nameplates are used to identify and label vehicles, such as cars, trucks, buses, and other types of transportation. They can provide important information such as the make and model of the vehicle, the vehicle identification number (VIN), and other information required by law. They can also be used for branding and promotional purposes, displaying the manufacturer’s name, logo, and other branding elements. Nameplates can be used on a wide variety of automotive equipment, such as trailers, buses, trucks, cars, motorcycles, boats, and more.
Electrical equipment manufacturers of machines such as washing machines use nameplates to display the name of their brand, model number, serial number etc on their machines. These metal plates are used as product identifiers and have standards they must follow. Nameplates on machines are also used as a part of a larger branding strategy, helping to establish a store’s identity and creating a recognizable image.
The medical sector uses name plates in a variety of ways to clearly identify and label equipment, facilities, and personnel. For instance, medical equipment, such as X-ray machines or defibrillators, often have nameplates that provide important information, such as the manufacturer, model number, and serial number. This information is used for maintenance, repair, and tracking purposes. Hospitals and clinics use nameplates to label patient rooms, exam rooms, and other areas, helping patients and visitors navigate the facility and ensure that they are directed to the correct location.
Many medical facilities use nameplates to identify staff members, such as doctors, nurses, and technicians. It helps patients and colleagues identify who they are working with and aids in communication. Name plates are also used to label and sign in medical facilities, such as warning signs, directional signs, emergency signs, and other important information. On top of that, medical ID plates are used by patients to identify themselves and their medical conditions, often worn as bracelets or necklaces, and can include information such as the patient’s name, allergies, and emergency contact information.
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